The Max Planck Institute for European Legal History is looking to recruit Two Doctoral Students (m/f/d) from 1 April 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter or the research programme ‘The History of European Union Employment Law’, under the supervision of Professors Thorsten Keiser and Stefan Vogenauer.
(1) The History of EU Employment Law;
(2) The History of Antidiscrimination in Labour Relations: France and Italy in Light of EU Law
Tasks and responsibilities:
- The selected candidate will develop, co-ordinate and pursue a doctoral project on one of the two research projects.
- The findings will be published and actively participate in the research activities of the Institute under the guidance of Professors Keiser and Vogenauer.
- Applicant must hold a first class or high upper second class degree, preferably in law, alternatively in a different branch of the humanities or social sciences. \
- Applicant must be willing to work independently, fully proficient in the English or French language and willing to learn German if necessary.
Apply online (English or German) and contain the following documents:
- Personal Statement: Cover letter with reference to research proposal and an explanation as to how candidate’s profile matches the selection criteria; Names and addresses (postal and electronic) of two scholars who have agreed to provide a reference.
- CV: Detailed CV; List of publications
- Other Documents: Research proposal (up to five pages); Transcripts; A sample of writing of some 20 pages length (seminar paper, journal article, book chapter etc.)
- Referees to send their references direct to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Organization||Max Planck Institute for European Legal History|
|Subject areas||Humanities, Social Sciences|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||15 January 2020|